appropriate for him to be confessing on screen, the part of the story they tried to avoid is reflecting on the corruption of media itself. >> in a way china is caught between its maoist past and capitalist presence. you can see that in the devotion to industry that stains the skies, scarring the lungs of its people. there, too, in the media beijing uses soft power to get its story out to the world in english, while cracking down hard on citizens who stray from the official version of events. >> translation: many people think as long as we stay away from politics and improve living standards, it's fine. is our life getting better? for a country to make progress, it's important to lisp to pub -- listen to public opinion. if it's not tolerant of public opinions, it's back to an autoaccuratic era.